At no time “censoring” Mr. Vorha for his speech, but “censuring” him for the problems he created for our party.
It never ceases to amaze me how many people are TOTALLY unaware of what is the Libertarian Party. This is not an accident, by any means. Much misinformation has been disseminated by the other major political parties, the mass media and other detractors threatened by the message of freedom and liberty. It is just as … Continue reading CAN YOU PARTY LIKE A LIBERTARIAN? (part 1)
Between reading my Libertarian stuff and my bible reading, a thought occurred to me... are we all guilty of theft? We sit in our homes and justify the having taxes taken for this road... or that service, that we use and enjoy. However, do I ever think about the people that are struggling with less … Continue reading Are We All Guilty of Theft?
This is a parable that may help a Non-Libertarian understand how a Libertarian feels. A story about 3 travelers lost in the woods. In this story, they found a safe clearing to make camp. One was sent out to forage for food, another was tasked with building shelter and the last was to gather fuel … Continue reading Three Men Lost in the Woods
First, let us define “individualism.” Individualism is first, the habit or principle of being independent and self-reliant and second as social theory favoring freedom of action for individuals over collective or state control. It seems self-serving and selfish, however it has the inherent property of “personal responsibility” built within the concept. This is what makes, … Continue reading The War on Individualism
Murray Rothbard writes, "If you wish to know how Libertarians regard the State and any of its acts, simply think of the State as a criminal band, and all of the libertarian attitudes will logically fall into place." I am so glad I got to meet other Libertarians. I had felt so alone reading one … Continue reading The State as a Criminal Band
Focusing on an idea first presented in Murry Rothbards book "For a New Libery: The Libertarian Manifesto"